Tell me please
The len() function in Python returns you the number of elements in case of a list and returns the number of characters in case of a string.
$>>> A = [1, 2, 'a', 4, 10000] $>>> len(A) = 3 #Number of elements in the list $>>> string = 'Code Chef' $>>> len(string) = 9 #Number of characters including space
Also what does t-=1 means if t is a variable
t-=1 is the short notation for t = t - 1
@swetankmodi That’s technically not true.
__sub__) doesn’t have to be compatible with each other. I don’t know of a case in the standard libraries where it isn’t, but for the case of addition (
+) types like list behaves differently (
+ combines into a new list,
+= is the same as extend). Similar things are true for
& for set operations.